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in and remove those explosives that they are around the oilfield and also in the border between egypt and libya and so forth. liz: let's do the low hanging fruit first. i know the oil companies gather to talk about contracts for 2013. they're back to prewar numbers, 1.6 million barrels per day. a lot of the infrastructure would get back up to that. >> yes, i did. liz: is it updating infrastructure, what would it be? >> libya right now really looking to develop the oil services, looking to develop their oilfield, also upgrading refineries plenty more market for our high-quality oil. but also more so interested right now to develop, to bring the telecommunications from two g. to 3g. they're looking for infrastructure to do that. liz: you just said you're they'e looking for people to come do that. if i am a u.s. business, they're looking to lure companies, there isn't really a solid full of government yet, no constitution, what is the new leadership that comes in and changes everything and companies that struck a contract with one leadership group is all changed. >> i'm happy to announce we have e
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